Annnddd, that’s a wrap! How was your March, friends? Mine was a vast improvement from a February filled with botched dental procedures and too-fast travel (by necessity). Mostly I worked hard, soaked up the constant sunshine (thank you, Croatia), and prioritized taking myself to leisurely, multi-course, multi-hour lunches at least twice a week.
As usual, I also collected cool stuff online like the web magpie I am. Here’s the latest:
:: This podcast episode made me laugh out loud. If you need a belly laugh today, sneak away and give it a listen.
:: Tbilisi wasn’t my place. But in case it’s yours: here’s a list of awesome things to do in Tbilisi.
:: Have you ever thought about travel hacking your way to Hawaii?
:: I really love terrible restaurant reviews.
:: Speaking of restaurants: Are dogs allowed in restaurants in France?
:: Speaking of food, I’m also loving this series of food videos so much.
:: I’ve understood this intuitively for awhile. I just feel better when I choose to briskly walk to my appointments and take the stairs instead of the elevator. But I don’t do much by way of what other people would call exercise.
:: Finally, a reminder: you’re allowed to do things just for fun.
“Like many millennials…I was encouraged to view any of my interests or talents as a possible career. This framework has carried through to adulthood, but now, instead of conjuring a Richard Scarry-esque image of happily occupying my time doing things I love, it reinforces the idea that my attention belongs more rightfully on profit than on pleasure.”